Description: The nucleus of the beautiful present-day house dates from the 15th century with additions in the 18th and 19th centuries. There is a traditional Scottish walled garden on a slope with roses, herbaceous and annual borders along with fruit and vegetables. One wall is taken up with a Victorian-style greenhouse with many species of pot plants and climbers including peach and figs. A woodland garden by a burn is punctuated with many varieties of plants, primula to name but one.
Directions: Drumlithie one mile. Garden is one-and-a-half miles off the A90.
Other details: Please note some steep pathways and tree roots can make walking difficult in places. Gravel pathways are not accessible for electric wheelchairs. Please no dogs.